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News about an international movement for money reform

July 29, 2013

Recently this site has referred to the work of Professor Joseph Huber, the chair of economic and environmental sociology at Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg, who is seeking feedback about his new website:

Positive Money has now sent a message saying that there are at least 15 groups around the world campaigning to change the way money is created along the same or similar lines as Positive Money. Check out the website – you’ll find the groups in Austria, Croatia, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Netherlands, New Zealand, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the USA.

Guardian Political Review NZSome groups were established many years ago and have already done a lot of research work, some have had an appearance in the mainstream media, some groups are just getting started – but they all want to become big national movements, part of strong and influential international movement.

Many will be aware that there is also a political party in New Zealand – Democrats for Social Credit, whose main focus is monetary reform; it publishes an excellent newsletter, the Guardian Political Review, edited by Tony Cardy – see

Representatives from several countries will be in Chicago, USA, 19-22 Sept, speaking at the 9th Annual AMI Monetary Reform Conference. Described as being ‘the main people on the front lines of monetary reform around the world’, speakers will include:

Prof Joseph Huber,

Dr. Michael Kumhof of the IMF,

Prof. Kaoru Yamaguchi,

Prof. Richard Werner,

Prof. Nic Tideman,

Prof. Steve Keen 


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